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The suspect allegedly used a rifle in the assault, which was described as an AK-47.
National Preparedness Month, on the tail end of hurricane season, encourages locals to be mindful.
Reporter Kailan Manadic participates in a morning workout with the local men’s fitness group and is nicknamed after a well-known crime dog.
A different suspect drove through the multi-car collision scene, traveling in the wrong direction.
DelBene handed out free lunches at the Kingsgate Library Summer Meals program.
The event will provide several games for kids and a voter registration table for attendees.
Vicki Moore reflects on the positive impacts her son made through his organ and tissue donations.
The McMenamins Anderson Summer School Brewfest will feature new and returning breweries.
The suspect was investigated and subsequently connected to the non-injury shooting.
The man served as a NSD substitute teacher for 14 years until he was first arrested in 2014.
Residents of 13th Place started a community garden in a neighborhood project.
A Bothell native recently published ‘The Bothell Hell House,’ which details a four-year haunting.
Langley would not comment on the investigation.
The accident occurred at a construction site near the 148th Avenue Northeast interchange.
The Eastside’s Two Men and a Truck franchise celebrates mothers with the Movers for Moms campaign.
The congresswoman and mayor learned about the multiple services offered at the local family shelter.
Jennifer Phillips gave the address on March 14 at a luncheon hosted by the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce.
The Our Coast Community Film Series will conclude with two showings on April 22 and 25.
The downtown Kenmore restaurant plans to open this fall.
Local students speak out about gun control and school safety